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Which: 2 days in Kathmandu, 4 in Delhi; or, 3 in each? What do you think?

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We will be able to arrive before noon in both Kathmandu and Delhi on our arrival days in the respective cities. We've not been to either city before. Our trip will be in late December of this year. Most certainly, we will not be trekking in Nepal so that isn't a consideration for how we'd use our time there. Our understanding is that the end of December is the beginning of winter in Nepal but that Kathmandu is generally sunny (though with short days) in December. I didn't learn until today that it is less than 5,000 feet in elevation! I thought it was on top of the world, along with Everest.

In your opinion, what would be a better allocation of time between the two cities and why? What would be your number one recommendation for what to do in each city?

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